Questions that drive our research include: What are the most effective methods for integrating humans and robots in collaborative tasks?
How to enhance control and feedback between a human and a robot (or multiple robots)? How to transform outcomes of rehabilitation protocols
and functional capabilities of prostheses or assistive devices? How to make robotic rehabilitation and assistive devices more broadly
and widely available to users who need them?
In our efforts to answer these questions, we pursue a multidisciplinary approach and employ both analytical and experimental methods
that span the fields of robotics, haptics, system identification, control systems, optimization and psychophysics. We work in
collaboration with partners from complementary and diverse backgrounds, including biomechanics, physical medicine and rehabilitation,
psychophysiology, prosthetics and orthotics, and autonoumous systems.
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To find out more about our research, explore our research and publications
pages, or check out videos of some of our projects on our YouTube channel.
Thank you for your interest in our research.